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Mullah Omar no more on FBI wanted list

US investigation agency has removed Mullah Omar’s name from the list of the most wanted persons, a private TV channel reported.
According to the channel, the US had set 10 million dollars as head money to provide information about Mullah Omar, but now, his name has been removed from the list of most wanted persons and from FBI’s website.
According to the sources, the US took this step to pave the way to hold talks with Taliban.
The FBI’s most wanted persons list also includes names of present Al-Qaeda chief Ayman Zawahiri and Tehreek-e-Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsood.



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8 Comments

  1. Vasi said:

    LOL! What a bunch of losers the neocons and other warmongers really are – being a "super power" and having all the state-of-the-art firepower at their disposal, or actually having used it in this (farcical) so-called "war on terror" in Afghanistan – and now conceding defeat more or less, after imperiling regional, as well as global, peace and causing irreparable damage to the US itself! Shame and hypocrisy galore!

  2. ANDY said:

    I EXPECT TO HEAR THAT HE WAS KILLED NOT REMOVWD FROM THE LIST HE HAS INNOCENT BLOOD ON HIS HAND

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